How many MPG does the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid get?
2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Fuel Economy Ratings
Honda just released the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid after a one-year hiatus. It possesses all of the qualities of the gasoline-powered Honda Accord — impressive performance, smooth and refined ride and sophisticated and high-tech interior — with the added benefit of a fuel-efficient* hybrid powertrain. If you’re wondering how many MPG the 2017 Accord gets, then continue reading.
Exceptional Fuel-Efficiency of the 2017 Accord Hybrid
The 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid gets a MPG fuel economy of 49/47/48 (city/highway/combined), which is the best in its class.* These EPA fuel economy ratings are based on new, more stringent ratings requirements enacted by the U.S. EPA for the 2017 model-year. Based on the new requirements, Honda estimates the 2015 Accord Hybrid ratings would be 48/45/47 (actually rated at 50/45/47 under the previous method), indicating a +1/+2/+1 increase for the 2017 model over the previous version.
2017 Accord Hybrid – Two Motor Hybrid Powertrain
Combining the next generation of Honda’s two-motor hybrid system with an ultra-efficient 2.0-liter i-VTEC Atkinson Cycle engine, the 2017 Accord Hybrid powertrain achieves a peak combined output of 212 horsepower, the highest of any midsize hybrid sedan and up 16 horsepower over the 2015 Accord Hybrid. The Accord Hybrid’s two-motor hybrid powertrain takes an elegant and innovative approach to hybrid power, eliminating the need for a conventional mechanical transmission. The Accord Hybrid’s powertrain seamlessly transitions between three operations — EV Drive, Hybrid Drive and Engine Drive.
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*49 city/47 highway/48 combined mpg rating. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.